Sushil Modi tweeted that even when state BJP president Sanjay Jaiswal has clarified many times that the NDA government in Bihar will complete its term under the leadership of Nitish Kumar, it is still a false argument to keep spreading this lie that the BJP has its chief minister in the middle.
Patna Accusing the opposition of creating political instability in Bihar out of desperation, senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha member Sushil Kumar Modi said on Monday that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has a mandate till 2025 and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government in the state is its own. will complete the term. Sushil tweeted, “When State BJP President Sanjay Jaiswal has made it clear many times that the NDA government in Bihar will complete its term under the leadership of Nitish Kumar, even then it is a false argument to keep spreading this lie that the BJP is trying its best in the middle. Wants to be made Chief Minister. This mischief must have had some effect on the by-elections of the assembly.
Even when state BJP president Sanjay Jaiswal has clarified many times that the NDA government in Bihar will complete its term under the leadership of Nitish Kumar, it is still theorology to keep spreading the lie that the BJP wants to make its chief minister in the middle.
— Sushil Kumar Modi (@SushilModi) April 25, 2022
Sushil said, “The 2020 election of Bihar Assembly was fought by the NDA in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. People trusted it. When the mandate of NDA to work under Nitish Kumar’s leadership is till 2025, then there is no question of change in the middle with any buts. The concrete issue is neither the numerical strength in the House nor the moral force of criticism due to the failures of Lalu-Rabri Raj. In such a situation, he only wants to create political instability by fueling various types of absurd speculations like Nitish Kumar’s removal. A major political decision was predicted soon by the Chief Minister after Yadav attended the Iftar party and his belongings were transferred from the Chief Minister’s residence to another.
Chirag, who heads a faction of the party LJP led by his late father Ram Vilas Paswan, had told reporters on April 24 that Nitish had to walk from his residence to attend the Iftar organized at the residence of Eastern Chief Minister Rabri Devi. And the program of Amit Shah’s visit to Patna the very next day, all these things cannot be just a coincidence and do not seem to be as simple as they are being told. Chirag had said that surely all is not well in NDA. He had also said, “The Chief Minister is a big man, he has many houses and possibilities of many houses, but the manner in which he has vacated the Chief Minister’s residence, it points to something else.” This picture is not as simple as it looks or is being shown.